On the request of Pakistan Rangers, a sector commander stage assembly was held between the Border Safety Power (BSF) and Pakistan Rangers on the Worldwide Border in Suchetgarh sector of Jammu district on Saturday. On this assembly, the BSF lodged a robust protest with the Pakistan Rangers concerning the rise in drone actions within the space, the BSF mentioned in a press release.
The BSF delegation was led by BSF DIG Surjit Singh, whereas the Pakistan delegation was led by Brigadier Murad Hussain, Sector Commander of Pakistan Rangers, Sialkot sector. This was the primary sector commander-level assembly between the 2 border safety forces after the ceasefire was introduced by the DGMOs of the 2 international locations earlier this 12 months.
In the course of the assembly, the commanders of either side mentioned numerous points, with the BSF putting particular emphasis on the current drone actions carried out by Pakistan within the space and lodged a robust protest, the BSF mentioned in a press release. Different points included cross-border terrorist actions by Pakistan, digging of tunnels by Pakistan and different issues associated to frame administration.
The BSF mentioned it was determined within the assembly to reactivate instant communication between subject commanders, as and when required, to resolve operational issues. The BSF mentioned the assembly came about in a cordial, constructive and constructive environment, with either side agreeing to expeditiously implement the selections taken within the first DG stage talks, other than being dedicated to take care of peace and concord alongside the worldwide border.
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